Become a Certified Nurse Assistant (CNA) through our free training program.
The CNA Certification Class is a 183-hour class.
This class consists of 57 hours of classroom time, 70 hours skills work, and 56 hours of instruction in a clinical setting.
A new class begins every other month!
We offer a 6 and a half week CNA training program that includes classes & 7 days of clinicals.
Please email for start dates and times.
Price Includes: Classroom instruction, textbook for use during class, clinical exam, CPR Certification, and state CNA exam preparation.
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CNA stands for Certified Nurse Assistant. A CNA provides hands-on care to patients in hospitals and rehabilitation facilities. The Nursing Home Reform Act, adopted by congress in 1987, defined the training and evaluation standards for nursing assistants.
All students must pass a state background check and drug test prior to admission into the class. We anticipate hiring our students upon successful completion of the program.
Yes, we are accredited by the State of Washington Department of Health.
You will be studying necessary material to pass the written and the skills portions of the state CNA exam. You will learn the basics of nursing and how to provide high-quality care to your patients.
Information will be provided to you during the class on the different testing sites in Washington. For more information on the state exam, please visit https://www.doh.wa.gov/licensespermitsandcertificates.
You must be 18 years of age by the first day of class. This is also the minimum age of employment at Life Care Center of Puyallup and South Hill.
Yes, annually you must send in a license-renewal form to the state. As long as you work 200 hours in a two-year period, you will not have to pay for any further training.
We do not guarantee employment at Life Care Center of Puyallup, Life Care Center of South Hill or any other facility upon completion of the course. However, we expect to hire students who complete the program and pass the state exam.